SMILE, DAMMIT, SMILE!
or Scobie Tuttle's Almanack
November 2018 - That's all folks! I stopped paying the sub in September, but it's still here, so please use the comments page if you want.
Thanks for looking.
Scobie's alternative dictionary, with meanings you hadn't thought about
All new Problem Page. Pour your heart out to Auntie Lola, who can solve all your worries!
Meet our friendly bunch of psychopaths
Make your life easier, preferably at someone else's expense
Amazing facts that you never knew
All the news that's unfit to print
A new slant on classified advertisements
Today's television for the cultured boxwatcher
This is the place to find the person who will change your life (not always for the better)
Our resident vicar apologises for some small errors in last week's service
Your intriguing letters are always welcome, especially the rude ones
Could you be Queen? Take this simple quiz to find out if you could be next in line
A letter from the Devil himself, offering previously unknown insight into the events of the past year
Discover what the signs of the Zodiac tell you about yourself and your future
Scobie Tuttle’s History of England
From the cavemen to the bloody French
The Welsh, the Scots and yet more Johnny Foreigners
From Queen Anne's legs to modern times
N.B. The original rugby piece below has been expanded and a new article on mini-rugby added.
Including My Glorious life, a new look at mini-rugby and the Forwards vs Backs debate
Verse you might not have seen before and might not want to see again
Don't like school? Blow it to smithereeens!
Random stuff (we haven’t worked out how to sort these yet)
Preposterous plots and silly synopses from the weird world of opera
A recipe which everybody should try - if you can stand up for long enough
Think you've heard most kinds of music? Think again!
Stories from real life
Anyone can make a mistake
Apocryphal? I hope not
What can go wrong?
More serious, but still interesting (I hope)
You too can be a psychic, and this shows you exactly how to do it.
What posh people say and what they don't
No humour here; just a history of rock'n'roll for those interested